Calgary Marriott Downtown unveils mobile dining

Guests can use the Marriott mobile app to browse the hotel’s Fresh Bites menu and place their order for in-room delivery. Photo credit: Marriott International

Calgary (Alberta) Marriott Downtown Hotel is bringing mobile dining to its Marriott Mobile app, taking the guest experience at the recently renovated hotel in downtown Calgary to a whole new level.

Calgary Marriott Downtown is the first redesigned Marriott in Canada and is one of only two hotels in the country to pioneer this new technology. As a part of the beta pilot program, hotel guests can use mobile dining on the Marriott Mobile app to browse the hotel’s Fresh Bites menu and place their order for in-room delivery, all at their fingertips.

Mobile dining is poised to drive loyalty with the next generation of travelers, enabling guests to order ahead and at their convenience, as well as provide the streamlined experience they are accustomed to using in their personal lives.

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Calgary Marriott Downtown opened Canada's first M Club Lounge, providing guests an exclusive space to work, relax and connect, with helpful concierge services, plus all-day snacks and beverages.

As part of its ongoing commitment to creating the ultimate guest experience, the Calgary hotel also is the first in Canada to offer GuestTek's managed video platform, replicating a personal in-home entertainment system and offering easy access to Netflix, YouTube and more.

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